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| 192-217 || You play a moving tune on your ocarina.
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| 192-217 || You expertly play a sophisticated melody on your ocarina, the final tones lingering for several seconds. ''Best Message''
 
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| 215-217 || With admirable timing, you play an inspired solo on your ocarina.
 
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| 192-217 || You serenade <target> with a rather monotonous tune on your ocarina.
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| 192-208 || You timidly serenade <target> on your ocarina with a simple yet appealing tune.
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| 192-217 || You gallantly serenade <target> on your ocarina with a popular romantic song.
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Latest revision as of 23:31, 8 July 2015

Ocarina
Musical instruments Information
Type Wind
Tuneable No
Mallet No
To play, must be... Held
Size 6" x 4"
Weight 5/9 lb
Material Ceramic
Other None

Description

The ocarina is an oval-shaped ceramic wind instrument with twelve finger holes arranged in a curved ring around the surface and a protruding mouthpiece. It looks like it would be quite easy to play.

Where Found

Public area

  • None

NPC

  • None

Store

Messages

Play

Bonus Range Message
152 You play a boring tune on your ocarina.
152-216 You play a monotonous tune on your ocarina.
152-217 You timidly play a slow and simple tune on your ocarina.
152-217 A clear melody sounds from your ocarina as you play it.
192-217 You play a moving tune on your ocarina.
192-217 You expertly play a sophisticated melody on your ocarina, the final tones lingering for several seconds. Best Message

Perform

Bonus Range Message
192-216 A discordant noise sounds from the ocarina as you perform a solo on it.
192-217 You perform a monotonous solo on your ocarina.
192-217 You perform a simple solo on your ocarina.
195-217 You skilfully perform a funky solo on your ocarina.
215-217 With admirable timing, you play an inspired solo on your ocarina.

Serenade

Bonus Range Message
192-217 You serenade <target> with a rather monotonous tune on your ocarina.
192-208 You timidly serenade <target> on your ocarina with a simple yet appealing tune.
192-217 You gallantly serenade <target> on your ocarina with a popular romantic song.
192-217 You serenade <target> with a soft and romantic melody on your ocarina.

Other Information

  • No other information is available.